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Small-scale turbulence idealized by noise: some of its consequences

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TURW02 - Rigorous analysis of incompressible fluid models and turbulence

The impact of small-scale noise, used as a turbulence model, on passive scalars has been widely investigated. Following recent ideas of Lucio Galeati and Dejun Luo, we describe new perspectives, applicable also to nonlinear problems, both in thecase of exogenous and endogenous action of the noise. The application to vector fields is particularly interesting and will be discussed.

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